The Pullman Difference

Tucked into the up-and-coming Pullman neighborhood on Chicago’s South Side, Pullman Crossings is currently the largest infill development in the City of Chicago. This 62-acre, build-to-suit opportunity can accommodate up to 1.2 million square feet of industrial space. Ideally positioned in an existing food manufacturing area along a Class I Rail Line with direct access to the interstate system, Pullman Crossings is perfect for food processing and food distribution companies, last-mile delivery operations and data centers.

Leveraging Ryan Companies’ extensive buying power and a 75-plus-year history as a developer, general contractor, capital provider, building owner and real estate manager, Pullman Crossings can deliver a custom-built facility while ensuring speed of delivery, quality of construction and optimization of cost. With your input, we’ll build your facility, managing every step of design, while monitoring cost, constructability, and schedule.

unmatched accessibility

The site is located 15 miles from the Chicago Loop and the I-294 & I-80 interchange, and just 12 miles from I-55. Pullman Crossings offers access to a strong workforce and integrates into the supply chain and transportation networks seamlessly. Directly adjacent to a Class I Rail Line, with accessibility to all six, the site also offers highway visibility/access and is located just a few blocks from the Metra Electric line.

An incentivized Decision

Embracing advantageous economic conditions in Chicago, Pullman Crossings has already proven to be a viable food manufacturing and distribution location with three large recent industrial developments. The site is being developed in conjunction with the Chicago Neighborhoods Initiative, maximizing workforce opportunities and creating strong incentives possibilities, which include: TIF District eligibility; Enterprise Zone eligibility; Class 6B eligibility; Industrial Corridor System Funds; and New Market Tax Credit eligibility.

Located in a TIF District

Located in a New Market Tax Credit Tract

Class 6B Eligible

Located in an Enterprise Zone

Whole Foods Announces Pullman Neighborhood Distribution Center

In early 2018, Whole Foods will open a 140,000 square foot distribution center in the Pullman neighborhood, bringing in 150 jobs and three new stores along with it. CLICK HERE for more information.

Improved Transportation Equals Pathway to More Jobs

According to the Chicago Neighborhoods Initiatives, investments in Chicago’s port system could lead to big gains for the city in terms of production and revenue. CLICK HERE for more information.

Off-Site Data is Way of the Future

According to Coresite, on-site data deployments are expected to drop 42% in the next year and off-site multi-tenant data centers are the go-to solution for companies looking to lower operating costs, improve security, enhance data availability and improve business continuity. CLICK HERE for more information.

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